PYGMY SLOW LORIS
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Nycticebus pygmaeus
HOUSE NAME: Male "Sinh" Female "Romano"
HABITAT: Thick foliage tropical rain forests or bamboo groves in sothern Yunnan, Laous, Vietnam, and Cambodia.
CONSERVATION STATUS: Vulnerable
If threatened, the pygmy slow loris can emit a strong odor in an attempt to deter a predator. If the predator persists, the pygmy slow loris can produce a secretion that is toxic when mixed with saliva and would then proceed to attempt to bite the predator.